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Celebrities Who Cope with Chronic Pain

Those who suffer from chronic pain understand that it means living with more than the pain. There are psychological burdens that come with ongoing suffering. It is tempting to feel like you are alone, and it takes a lot of courage to confront your pain and not let it overcome every aspect of your life. …

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American Pain Consortium Management Announces Newly Appointed Chief Financial Officer

American Pain Consortium Management (APCM), the parent organization for Center for Pain Management, has the pleasure of announcing that Jason Pritchard has been appointed APCM Chief Financial Officer. Learn more about Mr. Pritchard and his extensive experience in the official press release. 

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How to Protect Your Knees and Back While Doing Yardwork

It’s about time for all of us to start putting our green thumbs to work! But while gardening and yardwork can be a highly rewarding activity (and a great source of exercise), mowing, weeding, and related tasks can be surprisingly hard on the back and knees.  These gardening tips may help you avoid injury:  Warm…

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How to Prevent ‘Weekend Warrior’ Injuries

Warm, sunny days are made for playing basketball, tennis, and other outdoor sports. But if you haven’t been exercising regularly, or if you’re at an age where you might be losing muscle mass or bone mass, it’s smart to be cautious when engaging in high-intensity activities.  To prevent those so-called “weekend warrior” injuries, check out…

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3 Mistakes People Make About Knee Pain

Most of us will experience knee pain at some point. But when knee pain and dysfunction last more than a couple weeks, or when it becomes intense enough to disrupt your daily activities, it’s important to seek out help. What else should you do—and not do—when you have knee pain? Here are three common mistakes…

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4 Things to Know About Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are common injuries that usually resolve in a week or two with rest, ice, compression, and elevation. Severe sprains, however, can be extremely painful and incapacitating, and if left untreated they can lead to long-term health problems. Here are four important things to know about ankle sprains. 1. There Are Different Degrees of…

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